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- Continental Breakfast
- Wireless internet connection in public areas
- Non-smoking hotel
- High-speed internet in room
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Non-smoking rooms
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... one so looked at the flap and found it just lifts up, and then there is no cap; you just poke the nozzle in. Finally negotiated the perils of refuelling in America and drove on to Mount Lemon. Plenty of stops for viewing and taking photos of the wonderful geology and seeing the different types of vegetation as I climbed to near the top at over 8000 feet. Had soup for lunch at a restaurant in Summerhaven, and drove ...
Sunday Sue took me on a mural tour of Tucson. There are over 400 murals in Tucson, partly because Tucson has followed the Federal protocol of having 1 percent of the cost of any project devoted to art work. I have seen almost no graffiti here. Some of the murals have photos of local people printed on a whole series of tiles, almost a pixel per tile. Stopped for a nice breakfast during the tour at the Desert ...
... both as animal watering holes and ready for fire fighting. They all seem very much inclined towards maintaining what Bev established. We went to Joanne's restaurant for dinner that night and I thanked her for restoring the place as Bev would have liked. Sunday We drove down towards Sierra Vista to Karschner Caverns State Park and did a 90 minute tour through the limestone caverns, which are ...
... Reservation. It was built in 1873 by Franciscan missionaries and is the only mission in the nation still active in preaching to the Tohono O'odham. From there I visited the Tucson Botanical Gardens, a beautiful oasis in the heart of Tucson. It consists of 17 specialty gardens plus a live tropical butterfly house -- gorgeous flowers and cacti and stunning butterflies. And, because I'm always nice ...
... the history of Tombstone. After we moved through the township which is a just as it was. Shops were current but they kept most as it was back in the day. Andrew was starving, I wasn't so we had lunch at a restaurant called the OK Cafe in Allen street, I ordered the smallest thing I could find was a quarter pounder burger with coleslaw on the side and a glass of water. It was really nice but I need to BYO as I'm not burning off the food that ...